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8 thoughts on “ Tambourine - Flowers In September (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Groovy Movies by Groovy Movies, released 29 September 1. Don't Take Her Love Away 2. My Heart Won't Let Me 3. A Walk In The Park 4. I'm a Man 5. Beautiful Day 6. Tambourine 7. Rosemary 8. I'm Your Fool 9. Change Your Mind Philadelphia’s Groovy Movies (aka one Nick Carlisi) finally make their vinyl debut on Hidden Volume Records this August.
  2. The DVD is also good, with all ten of the album's music videos (albeit in plain old PCM stereo, not or DTS sound), plus three studio documentaries, the first with Elvis Costello (a.k.a. Declan MacManus [Mrs. MacManus is the gorgeous Diana Krall, who Paul worked with on his "standards" album," Kisses On The Bottom and its companion DVD /5().
  3. This review pertains to the “Mr. Tambourine Man” stereo vinyl LP issued by FRIDAY MUSIC: The Friday Music vinyl re-issues of the Byrds are amazing. You get brilliantly re-mastered music, original album art expanded into gatefold jackets (containing period photos) and - in some cases - the record pressed on colored or transparent vinyl (see.
  4. Old Flowers by Courtney Marie Andrews, released 24 July 1. Burlap String 2. Guilty 3. If I Told 4. Together Or Alone 5. Carnival Dream 6. Old Flowers 7. Break The Spell 8. It Must Be Someone Else's Fault 9. How You Get Hurt Ships In The NightMissing: Tambourine.
  5. Mar 01,  · Tambourine was a Dutch band formed in They released two albums. This track is from "Flowers In September" (). Main bandmembers were: Jac Biro (sitar), Bart van Poppel (bass) and Saskia.
  6. Various - Where Have All The Flowers Gone - The Very Best Of Folk Music - WEA - 2 x LP.
  7. The first thing that you notice about Khruangbin’s new LP Mordechai is the vocals. Previously a group who focussed largely on creating sun-drenched instrumentals from the well-worn alchemy of bass, drums and electric guitar, Mordechai sees Khruangbin’s members singing on almost every song here - a move possibly inspired by the superb Texas Sun EP that they released in .
  8. Fred Eaglesmith's "Tambourine" is a great addition to this masterful singer's long catalog. The opening track "What It Takes" delivers a strong vocal performance with Fred's voice urgent to the point of desperation plus a lovely melody and lyric, "I'll face the wind; I'll fight the rain just to hold you in my arms again; I'll run against the sky until it breaks."/5(16).

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